Maple Heights, Ohio Tutoring Programs
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Maple Heights District and Curriculum
The curriculum in Maple Heights is based on the Ohio Core Curriculum, with the aim of ensuring that students exceed their goals and are able to master competencies in English and Mathematics. The common subjects include English, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Fine Arts as well as World Languages; these are further supported by extracurricular activities and electives which students can join to help them define their unique goals.
We currently cover the following Maple Heights-area school district: Maple Heights City School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Maple Heights District Curriculum
Early learning in Maple Heights is based on the premise that each child deserves a good beginning. These curriculums seek to develop the skills of children through play to help them exhibit important social and interpersonal skills as well as creativity through games, arts and crafts, finger paintings and stories. Letter, shape, color, and number recognition are taught as well as pre-reading and pre-writing to help children establish an effective foundation for their future.
Maple Heights has a preparatory school for Kindergarten students through the fifth grade that is project-based and focused on achievement to prepare students in their academic career. Creative teachers and an engaging but innovative curriculum inspire students to improve the welfare of their community through volunteer opportunities based on the I CAN SCHOOLS Network. Students are expected to master reading, writing, speaking and listening skills as well as problem solving in more complex areas of Math such as Algebra and Geometry.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Maple Heights Educational News
- Exciting Events at Maple Heights Library - The Maple Heights Library held a Read With You Heroes Event which featured children learning about fire safety and the rewarding and challenging careers of firemen.
- Enjoying a Day at the Park - Parents who are interested in finding out about some interesting parks to take their children for a fun day of activity and relaxation can utilize the district link to different community spots. Volunteers are also needed for the maintenance of the parks.
- Cultural Blog - This free speech community journal allows everyone to participate in sharing their thoughts and events related to the African-American culture such as concerts, festivals, local benefits for good causes and plays as well as events for children.
Maple Heights Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.
Chalk Talk: Writing a Critical Review of a Film
As students approach the senior grades, many receive assignments such as doing a critical review of a film which requires critical analysis and critical thinking. What can films teach us? A lot. We sometimes see ourselves through the characters and the dilemmas they face are often our dilemmas that we have encountered or will perhaps encounter. This is why films have the power to shape our thinking and how we see the world. Films that teach us about prejudice, stereotypes, love, compassion, sacrifice and betrayal all speak to the heart. Many films have poor endings for a reason. They often end with a monotonous ending to show us how harsh reality can be but how we often come to expect the ideal. There is room for improvement in every film but every film that we have seen may serve as a reminder of the meaning of life and the joys and triumphs we must go through to succeed. Students that write critical reviews of films learn to write strategically, to help educate the audience on how the same film could have been altered to reflect a deeper meaning and a deeper sense of connectedness with the characters.